I just spotted this in fellow Blogger and MVP Anderson Patricio’ blog.
Its a very cool video where Avi Sagiv, Product Manager OCS shows off the new features and enhancements of OCS for Windows Mobile users.
– 400% less consumption!!
– Pretty cool one identity feature
– Multiparty IM sessions
– Usability enhancements
You can watch the full video here, and if you’re interested in learning more about Office Communications Server 2007 R2, go ahead and sign-up for their FREE virtual event and evaluation bits here: www.microsoft.com/communicationsserver
Seems like PDC is all about good news for Windows Mobile users.
I just saw at PocketPCThoughts.com that Microsoft will be launching an on-line version of Office 14.
The best is that Windows Mobile users will get lightweight versions of four Office products via web browser.
More on this via PocketPCThoughts.com.
Reports from PDC say Live Mesh will soon be available for Windows Mobile.
According to TheUnwired:
With Live Mesh for Windows Mobile, you will be able to take your mesh with you wherever you go. From any supported mobile phone with web access, go to mesh.com to work with your synchronized folders, upload photos to share with others, read news about your mesh, and more.
JGUI has just released a new version of their popular SMS report eraser program that automatically deals and erases those useful but nasty to get rid of SMS delivery reports.
The program also allows you to keep the reports on a specific folder avoiding the cluttering of your SMS inbox.
For $13,55 you can get the program and more info here.
Dale Coffing, a fellow MVP serves as the host for a very interesting presentation of the Ultimate range by i-mate.
These devices have great specs, and what I really like the most is that they come with XGA output that allows resolutions up to 1024×768!
Unlike other models from other makers, this feature comes out of the box, since you don’t have to purchase the cable separately.
Watch the full presentation here.
Windows Mobile developers have been presented with a whole new portal that not only looks pretty cool, but also seems quite easy to navigate.
Visit it now at: http://developer.windowsmobile.com
It is indeed a saga that Samsung seems to making around Windows Mobile Phones! And we love it!
According to PhoneArena.com, this Samsung Epix/i780 alike device will be replacing the i760, and sports features such as features EV-DO Rev. A, WI-Fi, Bluetooth, microSD and 2MP camera.
It looks pretty fine to me. Which one would you choose? This one or the Epix?
Also it does seem that Verizon is betting strong on Windows Mobile by broadening their offer to include the US version of the HTC Touch Pro and of the Samsung i900.
Today at PDC Microsoft announced a new social application:
Bluehoo is a mobile app that helps you make new social connections with the people around you – for business or for pleasure. Bluehoo uses Bluetooth to discover “hoos” around you right here, right now, shows you those people’s profiles and helps you start conversations.
You can download Bluehoo for free here.
Sony Ericsson is about to enter the realm of Windows Mobile with what promises to be a very interesting and high quality device.
This is what Paul over at Modaco thinks about the X1:
I think the X1 will do well both here and over the pond and I am particularly interested to see how the additional brand kudos of Sony Ericsson helps drive sales in real retail channels (as I believe the Samsung name has helped shift a ton of Omnias). Having another big name on board the WinMo train is certainly a good thing.
Click here to read the full review.
GB-SOFT is a free Data Connection Management software that allows you to control how your device behaves in terms of connectivity.
One of the things I most appreciate in this application is the fact that you can configure your device to disconnect the GPRS/3G data connection after a predetermined amount of time that the device is idle.
More info and the download here.
Source: Ricardo’s Blog